JANE AUSTEN, THE SECRET RADICAL
Offers an illuminating reassessment of the life and work of Jane Austen, revealing how this celebrated author has been misread for centuries. Kelly unveils a writer far more daring and even subversive to her time, expressed in radical, sometimes revolutionary ideas on slavery, poverty, feminism, marriage, the Church, and evolution.
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